Attorney General Marty Jackley announced today that the RAND Corporation, a non- partisan and independent organization, has received federal funding to study the effectiveness of the South Dakota 24/7 Sobriety Program. A study conducted by the South Dakota Attorney General’s Office found that offenders placed at least 30 consecutive days on 24/7 are over 50% less likely to commit another DUI offense.
This is another great excerpt from historian David Barton’s “American Heritage Series,” a set of DVDs which provides phenomenal insight into our nation’s history. This clip deals with Frenchman Alexis de Tocqueville and his book “Democracy in America,” a book instrumental to understanding why America is the nation it is, and what makes it so uniquely successful in all of history.
Bravo to South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard for joining with 20 other governors to send a letter to the federal government protesting the damage ObamaCare will do. He and nearly two dozen other governors told Department of Health Secretary Kathleen Sebelius that ObamaCare favors dependency over personal responsibility and will cause untold damage.
Negeen Mayel and three other Christians were charged in Dearborn, Michigan with Breach of the Peace for discussing their faith with Muslims at the Festival. Mayel, whose parents escaped from Afghanistan after the Russian invasion, couldn’t escape the clutches of the law in Dearborn that won’t allow free speech on public property if it upsets Muslims.